The Lacey MakerSpace fosters innovation, entrepreneurship, and skill building.
As a catalyst for economic growth the Lacey MakerSpace benefits the community by providing access to advanced design and fabrication tools, business and education resources, and skill development.
Lacey MakerSpace at Zaverl Hall
Zaverl Hall, on the Saint Martin’s University campus, is the home of the Lacey MakerSpace. Open to the public, you’re able to prototype new products, gain skills and experience important to entering the workforce, and complete projects with the advanced tools. A classroom is available for equipment and safety training as well as computer modeling.
Zaverl Hall is located near campus activities, public transportation, South Puget Sound Community College, the Thurston Economic Development Council, the Timberland Regional Library, and Lacey City Hall, all of which will be available to its members.
“For over 120 years, Saint Martin’s University has supported projects that improve the quality of life in the South Puget Sound. In that tradition, we are pleased to endorse the Lacey MakerSpace. Saint Martin’s University encourages others to join in this effort.” Roy F. Heynderickx, President, Saint Martin’s University